The Word: Will Robin Thicke duet with Miley Cyrus?

Miley Cyrus took a break from her feud with father Billy Ray. Credit: Getty Images
Miley Cyrus is getting back to music. Credit: Getty Images

If you love Miley Cyrus and Robin Thicke, this is great news. And if you hate Miley Cyrus and Robin Thicke, well, it still might be great news, because you’ll only have to avoid one song instead of two.

Robin and Miley both have huge hits — Robin’s “Blurred Lines” and Miley’s “Can’t Stop” — and Pharrell worked on both songs, so it makes sense to close the loop. Robin hints that he and Miley may have a collaboration in the works.

“There might be, there might be,” Thicke told E! News. “Pharrell was working with Miley when Pharrell and I made ‘Blurred Lines.’ He was just finishing up with her when we started recording together.”

Maybe they could call it: “My Dad Was Famous in the ’90s and I Am Famous Now.”

A word to the wise: If Miley is trying to get a hold of you, answer her texts. Otherwise she might publicly threaten you.

Recently Miley tweeted at her father, Billy Ray Cyrus, “@billyraycyrus since you won’t reply to my texts I’m giving you an hour to tell the truth or ill tell it for you.” Attached to the tweet was a pic of Miley smiling for the camera with an unidentified older woman, according to Hollywood Life.


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